Christoph Waltz was the night's first winner Sunday, taking the Oscar for his performance in "Django Unchained," while "Brave" took best animated feature.
With Hollywood's attention focused on a smaller screen for the 85th annual Academy Awards this weekend, a dearth of new offerings left the big screen open for a steal from Universal's "Identity…
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The Oscars are no stranger to protests, both on the podium and on the surrounding streets, but Sunday's street rally of visual effects artists was unlike any other. It's a running joke in vfx circles…
Todd Looby's semi-autobiographical second narrative feature is an incisive if slightly underdeveloped portrait of marital strain.
Gay-affirmative South Korean pics aren't exactly common, yet Leesong Hee-il's pretentious "White Night" isn't cause for celebration.
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The first Venda-language feature in film history is a stilted fusion of folk tale and soap-opera sensibilities.
In a year where several Spirit nominees were also Oscar-nommed, "Silver Linings Playbook" dominated the Film Independent Spirit Awards, taking best feature and lead actress for Jennifer Lawrence with…
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Angolan-born Portuguese multihyphenate Joao Viana crafts an opaque, heavy-handed metaphor for Guineau-Bissau's injured spirit in his feature helming debut, "The Battle of Tabato."
Part "Crash"-type multiple-viewpoint melodrama, part exquisite-corpse lark, and all over-the-top.